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without the high cost. because you can't build the business of tomorrow on the network of yesterday. >> it's sunday, february 14th. happy valentine's day. i'm chris nguyen in for carolyn tyler. we are in for a treat this weekend end. here's meteorologist lisa argen with a first look at the forecast. >> the steady stream of warmer than average continues. if you are hoping for rain or snow, we have a little bit in the seven-day outlook. but right now live doppler showing some clouds around the bay, and this view from pier15 looking pretty nice. look at the 50s already. 56 oakland, 53 san francisco, 54 san jose. you were cooler this morning but we have even some 60s newspaper the north bay where
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north winds have worked to warm up up to santa rosa. 55 novato. so this gives you an indication that we are going to warm up quickly into the 70s today. in fact, pretty much everyone will see near record warmth today. maybe a few records. look at this. 77 over across the bay today the civic center bart station is back open after a woman died at the station last night. bart officials say the woman was acting erratically on the concourse level at the station. police approached the woman burks she jumped from the con court course level and fell to her death on the platform.
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the woman has not been identified. new video of a three alarm house fire in the panhandle neighborhood. we learned a dog went missing during the fire but the dog has been found safe. fire started around 8:00 last night at fulton and baker. when firefighters arrived, they saw flames shoot you out the garage and first floor. it quickly escalated to a third alarm. the assistant near chief said the location of the homehomemade it difficult to get to the fire to get it out because of the location of the powerlines and muni. >> i saw the flames on the roof. it was pretty scary. i was about four doors down. i was hoping the fire didn't spread. >> one child was hurt in the fire and two dozen residents are now displaced. happening today, members at a church in vallejo will say a special prayer for gus vegas.
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he was the police officer murdered last week at his home. 30-year-old robert vaga has been arrested for the crime. the family paid tribute at an emotional ceremony on friday. today's service is in vallejo. >> u.s. supreme court justice antonin scalia has died. he died in his sleep yesterday morning at a ran inch west texas. his death will likely set off a struggle between the president and congress. president obama has ordered flags at the white house and across the country being flown as half staff. the president said scalia was a larger than life presence on the bench, a brilliant mind with an energetic style. he was 79 years old. his death has sent shock waves throughout the res about dennings race, but bay area experts say u.s. senate races could also be affected. we also have that part of the
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story. >> as many memorialize ant be nip scalia's conservative voice on the supreme court, president obama barack obama said he would nominate someone to replace him. >> in due time. there will be plenty of time for me to do so and for the senate to fulfill their responsibility. >> jackie speier will not have a role in the process, but she knows the politics. >> it's a very tightwire that the senate majority will actually be walking because they could be seen as being obstructists. >> supreme court confirmations can have a role in national races. some scholars say the contentious confirmation of justice clarence thomas featuring anita hill ushered in big changes in the senate races in 19912. >> many considered it the year of the woman. they all got elected. >> john was a lawyer for the
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senate judiciary commit back then. more recently as dean of u sf law school, he hosted to for a symposium here. he predicts president obama maybe able to replace scalia in his term. >> the president may not get his first choice but at the end of the day i think you will epresident obama's nominee approved by the senate. >> if hearings are set the, they can secure a nominee by the case of a majority. in case of a tie, vice president joe biden will get the final vote. >> the senate longest nomination took 25 days. senator obama has 347 days left in office. 11 justices have been confirmed in election years.
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>> many speculated california attorney general camilla hair sis on the short list of potential supreme court nominees to replace justice scalia. the 51-year-old with ties-elected district attorney of san francisco has declared her intention to run for the u.s. senate to declare fellow democrat barbara boxer. last night there was a gop presidential debate. they began with a moment of silence, but the gloves quickly came off. >> the candidates offered con goalenses to justice scalia's family. >> he will go down as one of the great justice necessary the history of this republic. >> and then discussed his replacement. >> i think we ought to let the next president of the united states decide who is going to run the supreme court with a vote by the people of the united states of america. >> i think it's up to mitch mcconnell and everyone else to stop it. it's called delay, delay, delay. >> folks at this deli disagreed with that stance. >> they want to delay for the benefit of themselves. and i find that to be a very
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selfish attitude. >> questions pivoted to foreign policy that set up a nasty clash. >> we should have never been in iraq. we have destabilized the middle east. >> while donald trump cass building a reality tv show, my brother was building a security apparatus to keep us safe and i'm proud of what he did. >> the world trade center came down during the reign. he kept us safe? that's not safe. >> donald trump also battled with ted cruz. >> and he supports federal tax payer fund fourth planned parenthood. >> you are the biggest liar. you probably are worse than jeb bush. you are the single biggest liar. >> the intense exchanges caused governor kasich to issue this warning. >> i think we are fixing to lose the election to hillary clinton if we don't stop to. >>tive wilson, abc7 news. >> 9:08 is our time. marcel gardner, the man mario
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woods was accused of stabbing before san francisco police shot and killed him on december 2nd is showing his face for the first time in this new exclusive video from daily mail.com. gardner spoke anonymously only to abc7 news on february 4th about woods stabbing him in the arm with a knife in the bay view area. it's the same knife officers say woods refused to shop about before they shot the 26-year-old 20 times. >> it bothers me not just because what have happened to mario, but something that happens too much. i have seen too many black mend gunned down for no reason. >> the shooting death of woods has prompted a investigation of change in the police department. >> john beck missed an appointment in downtown oakland tuesday morning. he was last seen boarding a bart train at the 12th street city center station. his family thinks he was headed to san francisco.
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yesterday they focused their search near the sutro baths and bakers beach. >> we saw his overall google search history and he had transit out to this area and that was the morning before he disappeared. >> he's accused of running a get quick rich real estate scam. he's facing a $113 million judgment. his daughter told the san francisco chronicle she doesn't think the judgment is connected to his disappearance. the group "people for the ethical treatment of animals" is offering $1,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for placing 200 thumb tax in a hercules thumb tax last week. it's not the first time they have found tax there. peta is also donating $1,000 to install security cameras at the park. >> heads-up. it you are going to the golden gate park this morning, the
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half-marathon of kaiser per men take is underway in the park. it also features a 5k run and some muni could you tell us in the area will be affected until about 10:00 a.m. funds from the race benefit a number of charities in the city. the race began at 8:00 this morning. and those runners probably weren't expecting the warmer than normal temperatures. >> yes, 56 degrees right now in san francisco. feels pretty good out there. boy, we are looking at a warm day today. some high clouds screaming in from the north but that's not going to stop the numbers from climbing into the 70s. pretty much everyone in the 70s. we are talking about upper 70s w he will tell you how long the little warmth is going to last. and we are also going to tell you about the prospects for rain coming no the middle of the week. that's next. >> lisa, thanks. also ahead, a mess of twisted metal killed at least three people. the surprise on the road that caught dozens of drivers in pennsylvania off-guard. and a sweet surprise in san francisco this valentine's day weekend. envelopes filled with money
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>> in pennsylvania a playsrd caused a pileium on a major interstate, killing three people. >> it seemed to come out of nowhere. blinding snow triggering the massive pileup killing three people, leaving at least 30
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injured. >> we have at least 15 people trapped on the westbound lane. >> more than 50 vehicles on i-78 caught in the crash. five medical choppers rushing to the seen. >> snow squalls barreling across pennsylvania highways, catching drivers off guard. >> sounded like two bombs went off. a couple people laying out and trucks and cars all smashed. cars underneath tractor trailers, in between tractor trailers, and total destruction. >> dozens of ambulances shuttling some of those drivers to the local firehouse to keep them out of the bitter cold. everyone has been rescued from cars and trucks still scattered on the interstate. state officials asking people to stay off the roads unless they absolutely need to travel. eva pilgram, abc news, bethel, pennsylvania. happening today, planning to go
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to the chapel and get married on valentines kay? some county clerk's office will be open for wedding. the san mateo county clerk will be open at 9:00 this morning and almeda and contra costa offices will be open at 10:00 a.m. for those hoping to tie the knot today. some are getting an unexpected treat the this valentines weekend. here's envelopes filled with change taped to meters. no one knows who is leaving them. the most amazing thing is watching people to smile when they discover the envelopes but leaving the money, maybe for someone who needs it more. >> the friends of the animal shelter has you covered. you can be a friend to the pets with needs. there is a kissing booth. and pit bulls. tickets are $20 a person and all funds raised will go to the animal shelter's angel fund that
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helps pay to medical costs of the animals before they are adopted. the party starts at 2:00 p.m. at the fireside lounge in almeda. the:16, the time. yesterday we were talking about the fog. today looking pretty nice out there. >> yeah we have high clouds streaming in from the north. they will impact our temperatures somewhat but we are getting enough of a northerly wind that temperatures going to be well above average today. so here is a look at live doppler 7hd. you see the high clouds making for some very nice sunrises and also very pretty out there right now. we will get enough sunshine in here for sure. a big dome of high pressure sits offshore. it will build in and with that that's how we get the stronger offshore winds, more warmth in the days ahead and the last couple frames show that the increasing northerly winds also allowing for some of the high clouds around here. so here is the golden gate bridge. we can see a partly cloudy sky. temperatures range in here on this panel from the mid-350's for the most part. half man bay 57.
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you are warmer. pretty much everyone warmer than they were yesterday at this the time by a few degrees. average highs come in around 59, 60. low 60s this time of year. we aren't shy of those really yet. in fact, we will be shattering probably records today. i would say over in oakland. 6 is in santa rosa, 53 napa. the north winds have kept the atmosphere well mixed and allowed for the warmth there. 55 concord, 49 livermore. that's the cool spot. but about you will be well into the 70s today as well. 1 is degrees warmer in santa rosa and novato. you can see already we are on our way to a warm day today. peninsula some clouds out there. but temperatures for you, as well, will be in the mid-70s. high clouds but a warm day for valentine's day. records possible tomorrow into tuesday but sharply cooler on wednesday as rain arrives. it should linger into thursday. here's the forecast profile. you see the colors, the yellows and the or ranks for monday. see some 80s in the north bay.
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look at the upper 70s. as we go into the afternoon, it looks like we could see some records into the east bay. and by tuesday we are still well into the 70s. but the winds will shift. then we are going to get a trough in here that will bring these temperatures back. which are more in line with what we should see for this time of year. the storm impact scale, remember that? we rate our storms from 1 to 5. 1 being the weakest and 5 being the strongest. this is what we are expecting come wednesday. the rain to move in bill late afternoon. stay with us for the evening commute and linger right on through thursday. and forecasts so far for this system allowing for maybe a quarter inch and half-inch maybe more up in the north bay. highs today from the low 70s in vallejo, 74 fremont. san francisco 37 at the airport, about 70, 70 half man bay and upper 70s santa rosa. the accuweather seven-day forecast, a sweet looking fasted to ball i know we need rain and snow. not going to get it but by the middle of the week the rain will
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start out in the sierra nevada, changing over to snow and back home we will see the showers campen things for us like the is on our storm impact scale and back to warm weather friday and saturday. it's not much but it's been an unusual year so that's what we have. >> so we wait for the rain? >> yeah. >> thank you. coming up, one woman lost all of her wedding photos when they were wiped off her smartphone. hear or warning, as well as advice, from michael finney to make sure
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>> in the old days you needed a camera and film to take a picture but today it's as easy as whipping out a smartphone. unfortunately, though, it's just as easy to delete them. michael finney said it may be a little too easy. >> if you put the chocolate heart in my hand and said marry me. >> ingrid and john took pictures when he proposed and more at their wedding. >> right under the rotunda, right where we wanted it. >> the only copies were stored on her i-phone so she decided to back them up for safekeeping. >> i told my husband, honey, i'm just going to the i store. >>. >> she went to store and hours later a manager was examining her phone. and i said what are you doing? he said i'm trying to feel for a
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pulse. she took back the phone and then the shock. >> i said, oh, my gosh, i think i'm about to have a heart attack. >> the technician deleted all her photos and thousands more. >> you heard a scream and a cry and everyone was silent. >> herges daughter was there when her mom cried out in the store. there was no way to get the pictures back. >> so at this point i'm in tears and i said what are you going to do to fix this? >> apple gave her a couple free backpacks. nothing near what she lost. >> you have taken something from me. you have taken a moment from my life that i can't get back. >> ingrid contacted "7 on your side" to warn all of us this can happen even at an apple store. >> i'm a afraid to take think pictures on my phone now because they aren't being accountable for what they have done. >> apple did not explain what went wrong but tells us after look into the issue we are reviewing our in-store procedures to determine if we can make any further
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improvements. the only constellations, she posted two mixtures on facebook. now the only ones she had left. >> i had to take one for the team, but i hope this never happens to anyone else. >> the apple technician told ingrid they used the find my i-phone feature while backing up the features and she about believes that's what happened. i posted instruction on how to back up your i-phone photos. you can see it on abc7news.com. >> the no baseball is right around the corner and the san francisco giants host their fan fest. 30,000 fans put on their orange and black yet and many met their favorite players. >> kind of feel lost for them and the fans were cheering and it was like a really awesome community. >> we were walking around earlier with a hot dog. and -- >> you never know who you are going to bump into. >> he was right in front of me, who was it? >> hunter pence. >> hunter pence. >> some lucky fans got signed
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autographs. others took pictures with the mascot, lucille. wednesday pitchers and catchers report to camp. a bay area company wants to improve on about one of the most popular cosmetic treatments in the world, botox. millions get the injections every year to freeze wrinkles. how you can get the same without needles. coming up tonight on abc7 news at 11:00. [ ♪ >> lots of chinese new year's celebration necessary san francisco's chinatown yesterday leading up to the big parade saturday. dozens came out for the parade. a traditional chinese practice to improvement tal and physical wellness through exercise and meditation in nature. the big chinese new year's parade is next weekend in san francisco. here's a look at the prout. the parade begins at 5:15 p.m. on saturday, february 20th. we have much more ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news. bringing hope. the pope's trip south of the
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border continues. why he says mexico has a nice good future. >> and one of the most iconic figures on the supreme court unexpectedly died. i'll have so much more on the legacy of justice
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. >> thanks for joining us on this sunday morning. i'm chris nguyen. we are starting this half-hour with a quick look at the weather. here's meteorologist lisa argen, tracking the conditions where you live. hi, lisa. >> hi. i picked this shot because the clouds are interesting here. high clouds and also north winds continue to dry out the atmosphere for the next several days. it's 55 in mountain view right now. 56 in morgan hill. good morning half moon bay. 57 for you. you can see pretty mild from the city to the peninsula and the south bay. and from to mt. tam, clouds are
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evident here. 55 fairfield, concord. and still a cool 49 for livermore. san jose today once again in the 70s. temperatures about 5 degrees warmer than yesterday. and we have been above average. so the trend continues with upper 60s at the coast. mid-70s to upper 70s oakland, almeda, santa rosa upper 70s, as we. we will talk about how long it lasts coming up. chris. >> thanks, lisa. now back to our developing news on the sudden loss of justice antonin scalia. we will learn more about the fight about with who will be his replacement. ray has the latest for you. >> good morning. abc news has learned that justice antonin scalia was actually in fact feeling sick in the days leading to his west texas trip to go hunting. this morning we have learned that an autopsy will not be conducted on his body. this, as investigators don't expect any foul play with his
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death. >> the body of justice antonin scalia, transported by a caravan into the parking lot of a west texas funeral hole. heavily guarded by u.s. marshals. this, as america now mourns the loss of one of the most conservative injurists on the highest court. >> he influenced a generation of judges, lawyers and students and profoundly shaped the legal landscape. >> place your left happened on the bible. >> scalia, nominate bid president ronald reagan in 1986, serving some 30 years on the bench. known to many as the anchor of the conservative wing of the supreme court, he will be forever remembered for his strict interpretation and staunch protection of the constitution. >> it's a tremendous blow to our country. he will go down as one of the great justice necessary the history of this republic. >> the longest-serving justice on the current supreme court.
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this morning flags are flown at half-staff outside the supreme court to honor scalia. this, as a political battle brews, over who will replace him. >> it's going to be nearly impossible for president obama to get through the cincinnati almost anyone who has been on his short list. >> senate republicans threatening not to confirm an obama nominee. reaction on both sides of the aisle. >> we should not allow lame duck president to essentially capture the supreme court in the last months of his presidency. >> the job first and foremost is for the president to nominate and for the senate to hold hearings and go through the process. >> the controversy will continue as to exactly who will replace justice scalia. he leaves behind his wife, maureen, and nine children. justice scalia was 79 years old. are he died just three weeks shy of his 80s birthday. in terms of memorial services we
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learned the earliest they can happen is tuesday given tomorrow is a federal holiday. live in new york, abc7 news. chris, back to you. >> ray, thank you so much. time right now is 9:33. and right now pope francis is beginning day two of his trip to mexico. the pope will be celebrating mass just north of mexico city in just a few moments. we are taking a live look at the church this morning. you see there's a choir on stage right now. yesterday pope francis demanded the catholic hierarchy help mexicans escape their violence, especially with the drug trade threats. our sister station in los angeles is following the pontiff's five day visit to the country and is in mexico city with more. >> as pope francis appeared on the streets of mexico city he brings with him something far greater than celebrity. he brings hope. two million people emerged from their homes to get a fleeting flames of the pontiff. while the sight of him is
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uplifting, it's his words that have the most impact. >> in his speeches he dove right into the problems of the country. >> he talked about the violent drug trade. >> i'm concerned about those folks. and to commercialize death in exchange for money. >> the pope also shined a light on corruption and poverty. but in his speech in front of the president of mexico, and many other powerful dignitaries, he points out the solution to these problems is in fact that half this country is made up of the young. this offers hope and future prospects, the pope says. a people with a youthful population is a people able to renew and transform itself. >> there he goes.
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that's the pope! >> as our cameras captured the excitement of his route through the city. citizens tell me they are grateful for the pope's bold words. >> capitalism is so important. he's the best person to give that message. that will make more people to get it. >> he need to make contingencies in our lives. mexican citizens have the right and the obligation to do a better mexico and a better world remember the pope is going to be right here at the national auditorium making another important speech. reporting from mix cocity, abc7 news. >> this weekend many muni riders on mission street are being taken by surprise. a dozen bus stops have been taken out of service, part of a plan to ease traffic flow on the busy thoroughfare. lilian kim has more. >> muni riders showed up at their usual stops only to discover that the buses were driving right past them. much to their surprise changes have gun on mission street.
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a busy corridor where people ride on this 2 1/2 mile stretch 55,000 times a day. >> it's always better to have more stops than fewer stops? >> i guess i need to adjust my routine and go down one street so maybe it's not the worst thing in the world. >> flyers are posted on muni stops and being handed to putt along mission street. in all 12 stops have been taken out of service. seven going toward downtown, 5 toward daly city. >> some people are upset, the older people, they are upset. but what can i do? >> it's all part of a plan to ease traffic flow on mission street and to make the muni ride faster but some are worried about safety. >> especially if you are walking alone at night. you know you don't want to walk too far. a lot of my female co-workers use the bus. >> the red-transit-only lanes will be added and left turns initiated this is what it will look like when it is finished.
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>> this can save you five minutes each way. >> is that significant enough, do you think? i don't know. >> the $3.8 million project is being paid for my voter approved bonds. the changes are expected to be completed by the end of april. in san francisco, lilian kim, abc7 news. >> still ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news. concerns over safety is prompting an oakland visit to change its name. we will tell you what the problem is. but first a live look outside from our mt. tam camera. you can see a beautiful view of the city this morning. lisa argen returns with the full accuweather forecast in just a few minutes.
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good morning. everyone. welcome back. time right now is 9:39. here's a live picture from mexico. this is just north of mexico city as pope francis is scheduled to begin a mass celebration there. we will have more details on the pope's visit to mexico on the later editions of abc7 news. >> a utah high school senior brought a smile to every girl's face for valentine's day this year by buying them flowers. 800 of them. the teen works at a grocery store and saved up his money to buy the flowers. he bought them and recruited friends to pass them out. he asked for permission from his principal to deliver them the last period thursday before the holiday weekend. >> i don't think a girl should be left out during valentine's day. >> the flowers cost $500 in all. he started the tradition during his freshman year when 30 girls received flowers. every year the number went up. he wanted to make sure his
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senior year is his biggest year of all and he certainly accomplished that. >> yeah. i hope some boys out there are taking notice. so cute. >> lake tahoe, we could use some more snow. 32 at the tahoe valley airport but winter will return by the middle of the week. i'll let you know what they are expecting and what we are going to see. we will feel like winter as well. >> lisa, thanks. also ahead, some splash brotherly love. clay come ton ties to win over steph curry in t
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in sports tonight is the main event in toronto as steph curry, klay thomson and draymond green play in the all-star game. last night for the second year the splash brothers squared off in a thrilling 3-point shooting contest. here's mike shumann with the highlights in the this morning's sports report. >> good morning. let's head to toronto for all-star saturday in the nba 3-point shooting contest. steph curry, the defending champion, but his splash brother, klay thompson, knows his stroke is as pure as steph's and proved it last night. klay was the top dog in round 1. with 22 points, steph had to drain his last two shots just to make it into the final rounds. he finished with 21. steph, and klay were in the finals. curry had 23. klay went last and night the final 8 shots. finished with 27 points and the
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three point trophy stays with the warriors. klay thompson wins it. the first team in history to have a different player from the same team win back-to-back titles and both wanted to win it bad. >> it's awesome. it's a dream come true. so fun going against steph in the final. i thought is this deja vu when i saw him hit 8 in a row? i thought he was going to hit 30. i was lucky i got real hot. >> in the end i had a higher score but feeling better, a lot more rhythm on the shots and on the rack. with klay it was fun to watch. under pressure, knowing what number he had to hit, and he did it. >> ducks last to cal on thursday. jordan bell hoping it didn't happen again with the monster jam but the ducks, 4 of 5 from beyond the arc. 9 of 12 shooting in the game. 25 points, 5 seconds left. oregon down two. michael humphrey, rejection. stanford upsets oregon.
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76-72. cardinals 5-7 in pac-12 play. meanwhile, cal hosting oregon state. and meanwhile jabari with back-to-back 20-point games. had 1 of 8 from beyond the arc. finished with 23 points, 7 rebounds and a dunk right here. jalin brown provides one of the top ten highlights. oh, my, and the foul. cal wins. 83-71. they are now 7-5 in conference play and undefeated at home. sharks hosting pacific division rival arizona at the tank. with less than 30 games left, time to get busy. before the game they honored their minor league head coach. the team bought him a boat. sharks gave up four goals in the first feared to the flames on thursday. much better last night. from the point, his second. 1-0 sharks. later in the period, brent burns with a pass to chris. he redirects it and the sharks go on to win 4-1 that final. yesterday was moving day at pebble beach. pros and celebrities. last chance to make the cut. playing their third different course in three days.
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45-year-old phil mickelson won the event four times and made a huge move to the top of the leaderboard. >>justin timberlake. alfonzo rivera doing the carleton from bellaire. j.t. playing with just thein roads. just misses the cut. the par save on 15. 49er legend steve young had a par on 15. he will miss the cut, as well. actor mark wahlberg paired with bubba watson just made the cut at 17-under. he drains the long birdie for a net eagle. the entertaining bill murray signing autographs. and later on the pro side phil mickelson shot a of-under 66 at the pebble. started on the back. clips in for birdie and then three straight. the 45-year-old has a two-shot lead heading into today's final round. we will have that at 5:00. have a great day.
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abc7 sports director larry beil continues his reports at nba all-star a game in toronto tonight. you can also follow larry's updates on twitter the. >> what will the weather be like today? >> sunday is warm and monday and tuesday we had records last week and we could see records today. if you look at high doppler hd you see the high clouds. certainly high clouds out there. we will call it partly sunny right now but the high clouds are way up there. more sunshine today as high pressure to carve a big niche over the west coast. we will have more warming tomorrow and tuesday. this is what you are seeing outside. we will continue to have that in the forecast. but as we go through the afternoon, and we will see more sun out there. from the golden gate bridge we have temperatures in the 50s
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for all of you. 54 in san jose with 55 in mountain view. 56 oakland. and san francisco upper 50s. morgan hill, half moon bay today could be flirting with 70 degrees. notice the camera shaking a little bit. upper elevation winds will been gusting to over 37 miles an hour around mt. tam. 61 santa rosa. novato 63. 53 in napa and still a cool 4-9d in livermore. san jose petition for you. and the past couple days we've seen a lot of that warmth. we haven't bottomed out into readings where we should be this time of year. so it's a warm valentine's day. we will see records possible into the next few days. rain is going to return, though, on wednesday into thursday. high elevation snow and a little bit of rain snow mix in the mountains. but if you are headed on taking a road trip, perhaps, how about down to the peninsula, the central coast here? monterey peninsula with temperatures in the low to mid-60s throughout the average. this is the final round.
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and looks like a really nice day there. the winds are kind of gusty throughout the around w he will be dealing with that again perhaps tomorrow. but the records, they should come into play more so with some 80 eats as we see these in the north bay. we to could see an 80 in oakland tomorrow, as well as san jose and that would keep us around record territory. tuesday a little wit of cooling. not much though. still have the the northerly wi. wednesday things feel more like february with cooler numbers, getting a little rainy. the storm impact scale, this is how we rate our storms from 1 to 5. 1 being the weakest and 5 being the strongest. the one coming in wednesday looks like it's relatively week with about a quarter up. to half-inch of rain, maybe more in the north bay. it willinger from wednesday into thursday. and some forecast models flirting with a little bit more rain into friday for the north bay. between all those days we are looking at rainfall amounts
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totaling anywhere from upwards of a half-inch on the coast to perhaps .6 in oakland. so it's a little, but we will certainly take what we can get. 76 san jose. 76 richmond and the accuweather seven-day forecast keeps getting warmer tomorrow into tuesday. much cooler on wednesday and thursday with our light rain and then still dry end of the week. >> all right, lisa. thank you very much. all right. time right now is 9:51. it's the name of the egyptian goes he is of beauty, but say the word isis and that's not what you think of first. a beauty salon is going through a name change. the process is getting a lot of attention. >> beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and so is the meaning of a name. >> what terror group would name themselves after a female, to begin with, and a goddess? like isis would move into our neighborhood. >> the name isis is now associated with ugliness. no longer the egyptian goddess of beauty or an oakland salon.
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>> we had to deal with too many bigots. the level of ignorance was just unbelievable. >> people walking down broadway are stopping 20 snap pictures of this sign. isis. we are changing our name for obvious reasons. it's funny but was prompt bid serious safety concerns. >> at first we didn't want to change it because it's been the name for so long but there were threats with people coming in and people being really rude walking by and making phone calls. >> i would not let our employees be subjected to anybody's ignorance at all. >> ten years after opening they posted a banner indicating their change. with the help of their neighbor, the sign company. >> they are a great neighbor. >> they turned bad luck into good branding. >> for obvious reasons it's funny. >> new name means a place of paradise or heaven. somewhere you won't find isis
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fighters. new science of coming in the coming weeks. >> up next love is in the air and soon feathers will be too for the annual
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>> welcome back, everyone. here are the winning numbers from last night's $176 million powerball drawing. nobody picked all six so
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wednesday night's jackpot jumps up to $189 million. here are the winning numbers from last night's $16 million super lotto plus drawing. 9, 13, 25, 44, 45. the meganumber 5. nobody matched all six so wednesday's jackpot goes up to $17 million. all right. happening today get your pillows fluffed for tonight's an you'll valentine's day pillow fight. nearly 1,000 people and many feathers will fill justin herman plaza. the free for all event a way for people to release any valentine's day stress. party organizers encourage participants to bring a mask to protect against the flying feathers is also a garbage bag to clean up afterwards. the pillow fight is free and starts at 5:50 tonight. and they probably won't need their jackets. >> i know. it's getting warmer and warmer. we are beginning a three day warming trend. testimonies in our east bay valleys in the mid-to upper 70s today. here you are looking from
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vollmer peak. emeryville you see high clouds. temperatures well into the 50s. you will see mid-70s. and highs around the bay from 76 san jose, how about 70 half moon bay, and the accuweather seven-day forecast, lovely looking forecast today but flirting with 80s tomorrow and tuesday. and then a week little storm system will bring mountain storm, maybe a half-inch of rain to the bay area wednesday, lingering into thursday morning. looks dry into the ends of the week and next weekend. we have to get back to winter. >> thank you. and thank you for joining us on the abc7 sunday morning news. for lisa, carolyn and the rest of us, i'm chris ngyen. don't forget, abc7 news returns at 5:00 p.m. tonight with eric thomas. until then, happy valentine's day, everybody!
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